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Corps Positions Available

Corps Positions Available

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BLUE DEVILSSUMMER DRIVERS NEEDED! Have you always wanted to travel with a WorldChampion Drum Corps and get an insider's view of the Summer Music Games?Well, please pass this information on to them because now is their opportunity!The Blue Devils currently have volunteer positions open for gas vehicle drivers for the 2002 Summer tour. Drivers must be 18 years or older with a current drivers license and a clean DMV record. Tour volunteers are able to watch rehearsals from the inside, get to know the members and staff, and be a vital part of The Blue Devils team! All travel, housing, and food expenses are covered!Vehicles:Cargo van pulling a trailer with a golf cart.15' box truck pulling the promotions trailerWhen: 1- June 14th - July 8th East Coast Tour2 - July 5th - August 15th National TourIf you are interested in spending the summer with TheBlue Devils please contact Pete Emmons at 925-689-2918 X 3006 orpemmons@bluedevils.org.YEA!Youth Education in the Arts, a non profit that includes the Cadets andCrossmen, has three positions available as we re-tool the operation for a great summer season and an ever expanding fall band season. We recently added an EVENTS MANAGER to the team and, as of today, we have three positions open in distinctly different locations within YEA! Controller www.yea.org/index.asp?newsstory=233 Assistant Director of Development www.yea.org/index.asp?newsstory=210 Merchandising Manager www.yea.org/index.asp?newsstory=232 Although the job responsibilities for the positions are different and the skills required are much different, there are some characteristics one will hold regardless what position you may want to consider. To work with YEA! requires a person of integrity who is able to communicate and work effectively with all levels of constituents (clients, staff, board, fans, students , government and political leaders), achieve results in a timely manner, multi-task, delegate and set goals and objectives for the organization. The successful candidate must demonstrate a love of the arts and a belief that the arts have the power to change people's lives for the better. These will not be the best paying positions in the world, and the hours can be long, and the effort can be exhausting. But - If you want to make a difference with your life, if you think there might be more to work than a 9-5 position you do not care about, and if you have the skills, then - check it out - and consider a future at YEA!Carolina CrownCarolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps is looking for several individuals to assist with the 2002 Summer Tour.Operations Assistant: This administrative touring position is a full-time entry level spot, beginning as soon after June 1 as possible through August 11 (DCI Finals), 2002.Candidate should posses good communication and interpersonal skills, a valid and relatively clean driver's license, and a great interest in and passion for serving the members, faculty and volunteers of Carolina Crown.Tour Volunteers: Volunteers needed in the areas of food preparation, van drivers, medical staff, and uniform/flag repair and maintenance. The 2002 Summer Tour is broken down into the following "Volunteer Teams:"Team #1 - Begins 9:00pm Friday 6/21(from Ft. Mill) - Departs 11:00 pm Wednesday 6/26 (from Winston-Salem, NC)Team #2 - Departs 6:00 pm Wednesday 6/26 ( to Winston-Salem, NC) - Departs 11:00 pm Saturday 7/6 (from Syracuse, NY)Team #3 - Departs 7:00 pm Friday 7/5 (to Syracuse, NY) - Departs 11:00 pm Saturday 7/13 (from Cincinnati, OH)Team #4 - Departs 7:00 pm Friday 7/12 (to Cincinnati, OH) - Departs 11:00 pm Wednesday 7/24 (from Kennesaw, GA)Team #5 - Departs 3:00 pm Wednesday 7/24 (to Kennesaw, GA) - Departs 11:00 pm Tuesday 7/30 (from Charlotte, NC)Team #6 - Departs 9:00 pm Tuesday 7/30 (to Charlotte, NC) - Departs 9:00 am Monday 8/4 (from Canton, OH)Team #7 - Departs 7:00 pm Sunday 8/3 (to Canton, OH) - Arrives 7:00 pm Sunday 8/11 (at Ft. Mill, SC)Interested applicants should send name and contact information to the corps office at crown@carolinacrown.org or call 803-547-2270.COLTSFlag sewing May15 - June 8 Kitchen help needed throughout the summer.Looking for a souvenir truck driver and assistant souvie sales person forJune and July. Can break up the summer to fit schedules. Primary responsibility is driving from show city to show city, mostly overnight driving and from housing to show site and trailer set-up. Secondary responsibility for sales assistance at shows, inventory management assistance. Paid position.Contact the Colts at 563-582-4872GlassmenBUS DRIVER NEEDED There is an immediate opening for a bus driver position with the GLASSMEN Drum & Bugle Corps. Needed for short or long term coach driving during the summer tour. CDL required. Position is paid - schedule and salary are negotiable. If you are interested, please call the GLASSMEN office at 419-452-6553 as soon as possible. Kiwanis KavaliersThe Kiwanis Kavaliers are looking for both volunteers and paid staff for the following positions:1.) A semi driver from July 12- August 11 (Paid)2.) A coach driver from June 18 - August 12 (Paid)3.) Some souvenir staff - various times available (Volunteer)For more information, please call Doug Darwin at the corps office (519) 894-0222 or e-mail Doug at info@kavaliers.comMADISON SCOUTS:1 driver with Class B CDL w/ passenger & air brake endorsements (2 weeks)All positions with the organization are volunteer.Contact the Madison Drum Corps office at (608) 241-3171 for more information.SOUTHWIND:3 drivers with Class B CDL w/ passenger & air brake endorsements (1-2 weekseach)2 drivers with no special license needed (2 weeks each)Cook crew members (5 days - 2 weeks each)All positions with the organization are volunteer.Contact the Madison Drum Corps office at (608) 241-3171 for more information.SpiritNeeded:Lead cook for "All Days" and tour. Approximate dates: June 1st - August 12th Salary negotiable Some quantity food preparation experience desirable Responsibilities: Lead staff of volunteers in the preparation of three meals and a snack, each dayResponsible for overseeing high levels of sanitation and food preparation safetyWork closely with corps Food Service Coordinator to maintain adequate food inventoryWork closely with Tour Manager to schedule meal times on a flexible travel/practice schedule Indicate interest by email response to Bill Campbell at campbill@earthlink.net

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